Sampson Independent

Working the farm

Ten-year-old Aubrey Herring and 5-year-old Ansley Herring help their daddy, Ryan, on their hog farm near Reynolds Crossroads in Sampson County. They, along with their mom, Paulette, are representative of thousands of family-run farms across Sampson and Duplin counties, all under siege by multi-million lawsuits currently being tried in Raleigh. See The Sampson Independent’s support pages on B1-8, and a letter about the trial on today’s Opinion Page, A4.

Ten-year-old Aubrey Herring and 5-year-old Ansley Herring help their daddy, Ryan, on their hog farm near Reynolds Crossroads in Sampson County. They, along with their mom, Paulette, are representative of thousands of family-run farms across Sampson and Duplin counties, all under siege by multi-million lawsuits currently being tried in Raleigh. See The Sampson Independent’s support pages on B1-8, and a letter about the trial on today’s Opinion Page, A4.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_farm-1.jpgTen-year-old Aubrey Herring and 5-year-old Ansley Herring help their daddy, Ryan, on their hog farm near Reynolds Crossroads in Sampson County. They, along with their mom, Paulette, are representative of thousands of family-run farms across Sampson and Duplin counties, all under siege by multi-million lawsuits currently being tried in Raleigh. See The Sampson Independent’s support pages on B1-8, and a letter about the trial on today’s Opinion Page, A4.
Ten-year-old Aubrey Herring and 5-year-old Ansley Herring help their daddy, Ryan, on their hog farm near Reynolds Crossroads in Sampson County. They, along with their mom, Paulette, are representative of thousands of family-run farms across Sampson and Duplin counties, all under siege by multi-million lawsuits currently being tried in Raleigh. See The Sampson Independent’s support pages on B1-8, and a letter about the trial on today’s Opinion Page, A4.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_farm2.jpgTen-year-old Aubrey Herring and 5-year-old Ansley Herring help their daddy, Ryan, on their hog farm near Reynolds Crossroads in Sampson County. They, along with their mom, Paulette, are representative of thousands of family-run farms across Sampson and Duplin counties, all under siege by multi-million lawsuits currently being tried in Raleigh. See The Sampson Independent’s support pages on B1-8, and a letter about the trial on today’s Opinion Page, A4.